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the album online and tweet their thoughts, memories, and pictures using the hash tag #darkside40. bob boy lan hosts npr's all songs considered. they want you to tweet all of your memories. a lot of people probably don't remember that much about this album considering, you know, the time it was made. how much of an impact did it make on music in the united states, bob? >> it was pretty phenomenal. first of all, you have to remember at the time pink floyd was a fairly underground unknown band. they made eight records that nobody, nobody knew other than a small amount of people. "dark side of the moon" made all those psychedelic songs that they made that were always long, long forms, 18 minutes, very much more concise and i think that was what did it, and i think it influenced -- look at sampling. look at what people did with sampling ten years later and look at what the cash register sound of money is. i mean, they did that with tape, but it basically put natural sounds, other kinds of sounds besides musical instruments into pop music which changed the face of pop music in many ways. >> you
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. but we want to begin with dr. bob arnott, a paid medical consultant for monster energy. welcome, doctor. >> good morning, carol. >> cynics might say monster is changing its labels to avoid lawsuits. for example, a maryland says their 14-year-old died after drinking two monster energy drinks within a 24-hour period. so this sudden decision to relabel seems suspect to some. >> it's really interesting. i looked at that case in great definition and it's quite clear she died from my car dits, and there's zero relevance between caffeine and sudden death. in terms of the change of label, all energy drinks that have have been labeled as supplements have been suspect. in the sense that you say supplement, and automatically there's this cloud of you in terms of saying something's a supplement. the idea was, they wanted to get out from under that cloud to label as a food or a beverage. so i want to make one point really clear, that as monster intends to continue to report any adverse effects to the fda, so it's not trying to duck out from that, it just wants to get out from the cloud of being labe
and no doubt that fans will be marking the event in their own unique way. listen to npr's bob weeland and what it was like to hear the groundbreaking sounds for the first time. >> "dark side of the moon" sort of made all of the psychedelic moments much more concise and that is what did it. i think it influenced and look at sampling and what people did with sampling ten years later and what the cash register sound of money is. they did that with tape, but it basically put natural sounds and other sounds besides musical instruments into pop music which changed the face of pop music in many ways. >> do you see a copy of the album cover up on the screen, and there is a beam of light going through a glass prism, and what is the meaning of that do you think? >> how many hours of you and i have sat and stared at the cover while listening to the record? it is about simplicity and things that are complex. here it is that you have a beam of white light and white light is made up of so many elements and colors, so even the most simple of things is complicated. >> let's be honest here, a lot of potheads l
, and then there was pink floyd. >> thank you, bob. walk down memory lane, another musical anniversary. this one with the band that often gets credit for helping invent rock 'n' roll. ♪ the beatles' debut album "please, please me" was released on march 22nd, 1963. songs like "i saw her standing there," "love me do" and "twist and shout" all classics now, and it all took a mere nine hours and 45 minutes to record the entire album. can you believe? legendary music producer phil spector is the man who produced hits for that band, the beatles, and other artists like tina turner. tonight al pacino stepped into the role of phil spector in a fictional film on our sister network hbo. it focuses on the murder trial that forever stained he is legacy. >> for what am i being punished for, for being the most successful music producer in the world? >> did you kill that girl? >> i can't wait to get home and watch that on dvr. spector was convicted in 2008 of fatally shooting actress lana clarkson in his mansion. a.j. hammer spoke to spector's wife to see if the director got it right. >> so fred, as the natio
, but remember the bob costas interview, i'm sure they didn't want him to say anything either. so you can't really control jerry sandusky. but i do find it odd that the paterno family wants to control the narrative so very much. because they should be an ally in many respects. >> at least doesn't want to be controlled in any narrative. joe jackson, weigh in if you would on the additional cases that still have yet to be litigated. and that is of the penn state officials who were tangentially involved. might jerry sandusky's words play into their trial? >> if always could. and legal proceedings you have to be very careful about saying anything. i mean, i certainly credit the paterno family with distancing themselves from this. he had an opportunity that is mr. sandusky to testify in a court of law where he's under oath and subject to cross-examination. he opted not to do that. and so to do something self-serving now is another matter. but as to the other issues coming forward, you know, whenever you're talking about a cover up at the highest level, it's a matter who have knew what when. i d
the event in their own unique ways. have a listen now to bob boylan and his memories of what it was like to hear groundbreaking sounds for the first time. >> "dark side of the moon" made all those psychedelic songs that they made that were always long, long forms, 18 minutes, very much more concise. that was what did it. it influenced -- look at sampling and what people did with sampling ten years later and look at what the cash register sound of money is. they did that with tape. but it basically put natural sounds, other kinds of sounds besides musical instruments into pop music which changed the face of pop music in many ways. >> there's a copy of the album cover up on the screen. what do you think of the cover? a beam of light going through a glass prism. what's the meaning of that, do you think? >> how many hours you and i sat and just stared at that cover while we listened to that record. i think it's about simplicity and things that are complex. here it is, you have a beam of white light. but what does white light made of? so many different elements and all the different colors. e
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